Short Mera Peak Climbing - 14 Days

Trip Facts

  • Plane-Car
  • 1 to 8
  • 21235 feet / 6474 meters
  • Camping Tent-Lodge
  • Active
  • Kathmandu
  • Kathmandu
  • Autumn (March to May) & Autumn (Aug to Nov)
  • In Person
  • Trekking Peak Expedition
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 15
  • 70
One of the most climbed trekking peak of Nepal,  Mera peak lies on the Everest/Makalu region of Nepal Himalaya. Short Mera peak climbing is one of the best itineraries which facilitate climbers or trekkers in short amount of time with magnificent view of most of the mountains of Everest & Makalu region.

From the top of Mera peak, mountain range above 8000 m including Mount Everest herself can be seen. It is an easy destination for achieving height above 21235 feet or 6474 meters from the sea level for an adventure expedition & makes your dream come true.

Mera is famous trekking peak in Nepal with easy but long walk to the summit; the view from the summit is amazing already from the High camp. One of the most considered trekking peaks; Mera is a descent peak with no doubt. From the top of Mera peak, you can see Everest, Makalu, Kanchenjunga and other mountains above 8000 meters and thousands of other peaks.

Off the beaten trail

Trekking toward the base camp of Mera peak climbing is off the beaten trail. With having dense jungle, narrow trail walking, uphill and down; the trail towards Khare village of Mera peak trail is fascinating. With that being said, keep in mind that this trail does not take you to Everest base camp but you still won’t miss the sight to Mount Everest (world’s highest peak) from the Summit of Mera.

Climbing this peak is considered easy, just lots of walking and height just below 6500 meter could be struggle, But i bet 6.5k height can nowhere else be achieved this easy if you miss Mera peak climbing in Your life.

Short Mera Peak Climbing difficulty

Mera peak climbing is technically easy trail up to the summit and follows trekking trail of Everest region for sure, initiates from Lukla by flying directly from Kathmandu. Basically we say Mera is 6474 m above sea level, but due to the ice-fall and environmental reason the height of the peak is different like in Northern, Central and Southern Mera summit.

Mera peak climbing package is an easy and scenic summit from where you can see panoramic views of Everest, Makalu, Lotse and many other named and unnamed mountains.

This is the short and rapid version of mear peak climbing; however, people also trek in easy or long itinerary for mera peak climbing.

Looking forward

Our Team is well qualified and well-equipped for all the situation and condition during and after submitting. Climbing guides are well-known of the first aid and emergencies.

So with us, your security is concerned and keenly cared. Trekking peaks is more than just trekking and a different adventure for you, so we have designed itinerary of short Mera peak climbing in such a way that we can cope up with the environment to reduce the risk level.

Below is the suggestion for your climbing which can be re-designed as per your need. Feel free to drop your message.

Overview

Short Mera peak climbing does not mean climbing quickly but for sure trekking along the short route. In this package of Mera peak climbing itinerary – we trek to the base camp of Mera from the shortest route and trek back via same route. Whereas in 16 days Mera peak climbing – trekking route is in a circuit form.

Mera peak is the best way to get the stunning view and the maximum altitude while climbing anywhere in the entire world. Easy trekking peak which takes us in-front of Mt Everest is not just stunning but also admired by millions so far.

Highlights of Short Mera Peak Climbing

  • Short and scenic flight to Lukla airport and first view of Everest from the cockpit of small aero-plane
  • Off the beaten trekking in Makalu barun national park followed by numerous village, jungle and no tree line zone
  • Dense jungle trekking with glacial lakes in route to the base camp of Mera peak
  • You can top up ski from the summit of Mera peak - if interest
  • Trekking peak with magnificent view of unlimited mountains of makalu, kanchenjunga, Everest and Tibetan Himalaya region
  • View of mount Everest and 4 other mountains above 8000 meters
  • Local monastery in local villages like Pangom and Sibuche
  • Simple people & stunning landscape

Short Mera Peak Climbing outline Itinerary

Day 1
Kathmandu – Lukla by flight and trek to Paiya.

About 30 minutes flight to Lukla has great scenery, sit on the left side of the plane if possible. Once landed at the beautiful airport of Lukla at the altitude of 2880m we will start trekking towards Paiya (for Mera Peak) where we will stay the night at the altitude of 2730m above the sea level. Approx. 4 hours of trekking

Day 2
Paiya – Pangkoma

We will pass by trekkers walking from Jiri to EBC trail and many scenic villages, jungle forest, local people, and fancy tea houses are the attractions of the day. We will trek for about 5 to 6 hours through the main trail (mostly forest) to reach at the altitude of 2850m above sea level.

Day 3
Pangkoma to Shibuche

Pangoma is a small village right below the jungle. When leaving from Pangoma to Shibuje in the morning we can pass by a local monastery which is nice start of the day. Most of the trekking for today is in a dense jungle, thus chirping of birds and sighting of monkeys are common experiences. Trekking along the main trail will treat us with a glorious view of the surroundings. The night will be at Shibuche at the altitude of 2745m above sea level. Trek for 4 – 5 hours.

Day 4
Shibuche – Chetrakhola

The trekking will continue for about 7 to 8 hours through the main trail (dense jungle and greatest valley view points). The night will be at Chetrakhola at an altitude of 3150m, basic accommodation in the middle of jungle, this place is unreal.

Day 5
Chetrakhola – Kothe

The trek is for about 6 to 7 hours offering great view of the high hills and the beautiful surrounding mountains. We will stay at Kothe at the altitude of 3600m.

Day 6
Kothe – Thangnag

Kothe is a comparatively big village and Thangnag is in the middle of nowhere (3 – 4 hours). Night at the altitude of 4350m above sea level, it is better to go for a acclimatization hike to north hill as you will have enough time to spend at Thangnak.

Day 7
Tangnag – Khare

Trekking for 2 to 3 hours through the main trail, night will be at Khare at the altitude 5045m above sea level. Khare is a gateway to Mera peak climbing, Ama Lapcha pass (takes you to EBC side), Thamsherku peak and many other.

Day 8
Khare – Mera base camp.

Trekking for about 3 to 4 hours, the night will be at the base camp of the Mera peak climbing at the altitude of 5300m at a tented camp.

Day 9
Base camp – High camp

The trekking will be little tough as we have to pass through the rough trekking trail. The trekking will continue for about 4 to 5 hours through the rough surface. The night will be at the altitude of 5780m above sea level.

Day 10
High camp – Summit mera peak and back to Khare

The trekking for 5-6 hours will take us to the altitude of 6473m above sea level. We can get the glorious view of the surrounding mountains from the summit of the Mera peak. We will be able to see Everest, Nuptse, Makalu and thousands of peaks and unreal scenery of the mountain vista.

Day 11
Khare – Kothe (4 – 5 hours)

Khare to Kothe is an easy descends, and if you didn’t visit the monastery in the middle of the trail, utilizes your time to go to the monastery which comes after Thangnak village. Trekkers often celebrate at Kothe, but we suggest you to hold the celebration until you get back to Lukla, because way to Thuli Kharka is demanding.

Day 12
Kothe to Thuli Kharka (4 – 6 hours)

Most of the trail is in the jungle, small rhododendron and beautiful view of Mera peak. Uphill is expected to stop you several times with shortness of breath, go easy and take it easy. Sipping warm tea in front of the fire is a good way of spending leisure time at Thulikharka.

Day 13
Thuli Kharka to Lukla (6 – 7 hours)

Thulikharka is in the middle of nowhere, so here you can just take it easy and stay closer to the mountain. Today the trekking ends, and usually trekkers celebrate the day with the whole trekking team at dinner, sharing the experience. This is the last night in the mountains together with the whole team.

Day 14
Lukla to Kathmandu.

We will transfer to your hotel.

Short Mera Peak Climbing Cost Details - General Inclusions

  • Domestic flights Kathmandu - Lukla - Kathmandu with airport shuttle service
  • Three nights in a hotel at Kathmandu.
  • English speaking trekking guide and porter including all their food, accommodation, salary and insurance.
  • Experienced Climbing guide and support team while you are peak climbing
  • Insurance of climbing and trekking staff
  • All food (Breakfast with tea, Lunch and Dinner) and all accommodation during the trek and while climbing. Fresh fruit will be served after dinner. And all food & tent accommodation while you are climbing
  • Climbing permits & all necessary paperworks and permits, and sagarmatha national park entrance fees.
  • Group Climbing gears, camping equipment an necessary group safety outfits.All kitchen equipment, staff, climbing guide and his insurance.
  • All kitchen equipment, climbing guide and staff, including their insurance.
  • Added Value - (1) Dawn sleeping bag, Dawn Jacket to be returned after the trek
  • (2) Waterproof duffel Bag, Walking Poles, quick dry T-shirt, Cap - to take away
  • (3) Oxymeter to check your oxygen saturation and Heart beat with medical kit box carried by Guide
  • (4) Satellite Phone for extremely remote destination
  • Card fee for the online payable amount (during online payment)

Short Mera Peak Climbing Cost Details - General Exclusions

  • International airfare and Nepal visa fee
  • Your medical/travel insurance.
  • All alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks during the trip. Except tea in the morning with your breakfast
  • Meals while you are in Kathmandu.
  • Tips for trip staff (tipping is expected).

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Short Mera Peak Climbing

Short Mera Peak Climbing Trip Info

  • Plane-Car
  • 1 to 8
  • 21235 feet / 6474 meters
  • Camping Tent-Lodge
  • Active
  • Kathmandu
  • Kathmandu
  • Autumn (March to May) & Autumn (Aug to Nov)
  • In Person
  • Trekking Peak Expedition
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 15
  • 70

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